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Integrated optics for instrumentation applications
Author(s): Pentti Karioja; Jouko Lammasniemi; Ari Tervonen; Seppo Honkanen
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Paper Abstract

Two multimode integrated optics devices were demonstrated: an asymmetric bus access coupler for passive linear bidirectional fiber optic bus and a combined optical-to- electrical converter and bidirectional data transceiver. The integrated optics devices were made using electric field assisted Ag-Na ion-exchange processes; the versatility of the ion-exchange process allowed for the implementation of these integrated optics devices, which by the use of commercial fiber optical devices would have been difficult. The design of the asymmetric bus access coupler enable d efficient coupling from a node to the bus while the fraction of optical power that was coupled from the bus into the node was optimized for the number of nodes. The optimization of the coupler for an LED source allowed for 7 nodes to be connected in the bus for a 30-dB optical power budget. A 27 percent optical-to-electrical power conversion efficiency was obtained for a customized 10-element photovoltaic array that was illuminated by the use of a customized 1 by 10 integrated optics coupler; in addition, the design of the array and coupler enable bidirectional optical data transmission via a single multimode fiber.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 January 1997
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 2997, Integrated Optics Devices: Potential for Commercialization, (23 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.264165
Show Author Affiliations
Pentti Karioja, VTT Electronics (Finland)
Jouko Lammasniemi, Tampere Univ. of Technology (Finland)
Ari Tervonen, Optonex Ltd. (Finland)
Seppo Honkanen, Optical Sciences Ctr./Univ. of Arizona (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2997:
Integrated Optics Devices: Potential for Commercialization
S. Iraj Najafi; Mario Nicola Armenise, Editor(s)

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